Looking for some gifts?
The Dublin Christmas Flea Market is returning to the Point Square this week. Following the success of the market last year, which welcomed 30,000 visitors, they’ve decided to open up again for four full days.
Opening from Thursday 7th to Sunday 11th December, the flea market will offer alternative Christmas gifts that you won’t find on the high street. There will be a considered and curated collection of up-and-coming Irish contemporary design, art, hand-made craft and foods alongside The Dublin Flea Market’s much-loved mix of antiques, vintage and retro collectibles.
The best part is, it’s completely free so you can come and go as you please over the course of the four days. Whether it’s on your lunch break from work or over the weekend, it’s worth the look.
The market is supporting a number of early-stage craft and creative entrepreneurs including Liadain Aiken Knitwear, Minnie & Molly Crochet, organic cotton baby blankets from Kiki Moon, Chocolatey Clare, Mullholland Jewellery and ceramics and home decorations from We Give It A Whirl.
Some of the Flea favourites will join them, including Kirk Modern, Dando Design, Grand Grand and Brookwood Pottery, Sceal Bakery, Natasha’s Living Foods, Corleggy Cheese and The Dublin Honey Project.
Here are Dublin Flea Christmas Market opening times:
1pm – 8pm Thursday 7th & Friday 8th December 2017
11am – 6pm Saturday 9h & Sunday 10th December 2017